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A few men walk past the picture window on Main Street, but none turns and enters.
Hogan, now sure that no surprise attendees are in store, finally breaks the ice by gathering the women together and stating the obvious.“I’m sorry.
Five minutes prior to the start of a speed-dating program called “Drawn to You” at the El Segundo Museum of Art, organizer Chelsea Hogan confides that no men have RSVP’d.
” Solomon says, perking up and speaking a bit too loudly.Katie Neal, a petite blond, found the event through a popular South Bay events website.She says she does a lot of community and charity work, and she keeps her fingers crossed that she might meet someone that way.When she reflects on the end of her marriage she sometimes thinks, “Wow, I must’ve been out of my mind.I didn’t realize that the men out there aren’t good men — those are staying in their marriages.”Solomon is a performance artist, but she says she doesn’t meet a lot of single men in art circles.“I think they’re just there to buy art,” she says.